SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, Calif.- Starting on Friday, April 12th, Santa Cruz County residents will have the opportunity to give their opinions about their quality of life in the County. During the months of April and May, over 900 county residents will be surveyed by telephone for their perspectives on the economy, education, health, public safety, and the social and natural environment. The survey, which takes about 15 minutes to complete, will be conducted in both English and Spanish and all answers will be both anonymous and confidential. The data will provide an aggregate snapshot of the lives of Santa Cruz County residents and will be combined with other county data to create Santa Cruz County’s yearly report card known as the Santa Cruz County Community Assessment Project (CAP).
This is the 19th year of the project, which is sponsored by the United Way of Santa Cruz County and over a dozen other partners.